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Planning a wedding can be both the most amazingly fun thing you’ve ever done and the most stressful thing you’ve ever encountered. After all, weddings are not cheap: the average wedding in America is over $35,000 once you factor in the cost of the food, entertainment, the venue, and other factors.

 

Florida beach weddings, in particular, can be romantic and engaging. To get the most out of your wedding experience, make sure you follow the tips provided here. This way, your wedding day is most likely to go off without a hitch and you’ll have the things you love when you plan your wedding on the beach.

 

Know and be Ready for the Weather

 

Always plan your outdoor wedding in accordance to the weather. In other words, don’t plan your Florida beach wedding during the rain or hurricane seasons, and do what you can to make your venue indoor-friendly in the event a small storm or foul weather does come your way on the big day.

 

When you’re getting married on the beach, you can always have a canopy rented just in case the weather turns last minute. This way, if the weather doesn’t allow you to get married out in the open, you can still have your outdoor beach experience.

 

Choose the Best Time of Day

 

Florida is known for its pleasantly humid weather. However, in the midst of a hot summer’s day, the weather can quickly turn sticky and muggy. For this reason, many people choose their Florida beach weddings to occur either early in the morning before the sun is high, or — better yet — during the evening so the backdrop is a beautiful ocean sunset.

 

Make Room for All Guests

 

What makes a wedding at the beach so great is this: you can have almost unlimited space available to make the wedding a complete success. However, you can also run into small snags that you have to make accommodations for, such as guests who are in a wheelchair or who are otherwise physically handicapped and cannot get around as easily as other guests in the sand or water.

 

You can rent a ramp or use a portable dance floor to create a safer space for your guests to use to navigate your beach wedding ceremony more easily without interrupting the services or taking away from the allure of the whole event. Your wedding planner will assist you in this task.

 

Planning and executing Florida beach weddings does not have to be difficult. In many cases, you can simply use the natural backdrop the beach provides to help you pull off an engaging and beautiful wedding. In other ways, you’ll have to look at the different obstacles you may encounter while planning your wedding to help you come up with the best theme overall.